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Language learning in the adult brain: disrupting the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex facilitates word-form learning

Bibliographic reference Smalle, Eleonore ; Panouilleres, Muriel ; Szmalec, Arnaud ; Möttönen, Riikka. Language learning in the adult brain: disrupting the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex facilitates word-form learning. In: Scientific Reports, Vol. 7, no.1, p. not specified (2017)
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